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the comments came to light on tuesday, mitt romney spoke to the hispanic chamber of commerce and los angeles in a bid to woo latino voters. the obama administration has filed a challenge at the world trade organization accusing china of unfairly subsidizing its auto and auto parts industries. announcing the move during a campaign stop in ohio, president obama took a shot at republican rival mitt romney. >> he made money investing in companies that up routed from here and went to china. pioneers. you cannot stand up to china when all you have done is send them our jobs. today my administration is launching a new action against china. this one against illegal subsidies that encourage companies to ship autoparts, manufacturing jobs, overseas. these direct the hard-working men and women on the assembly lines in ohio and michigan and across the midwest. >> at least 12 people have been killed, including nine foreigners, in a suicide bombing in afghanistan. a militant group has claimed responsibility for the attack, calling it revenge for the anti islam film that sparked anger in muslim countries w
to represent commerce. life for the pioneers was not easy, and the state motto is "ad astra per aspera," which means "to the stars through difficulties," which is certainly a reference to how hard it was to settle the land. >> within the state seal, 34 stars represent kansas' place as our 34th state. >> above that state seal, there is a blue-and-gold band meant to reference the french and the louisiana purchase. >> and at the very top is the state flower -- the sunflower. believe it or not, in kansas, it used to be illegal to serve ice cream on cherry pie. i have no idea why. if you know, send us an e-mail at teenkidsnews.com. with flag facts, i'm scott. >> "gps" stands for "global positioning system." it links to an orbiting satellite to determine your location. cars and cellphones use gps to get directions. now gps is being put in children's shoes -- to help parents keep track of their kids. so your little brother or sister may soon have a satellite for a babysitter. >> this report is brought to you by the national road safety foundation. >> even though there's been a lot of talk about not d
problems in that area for quite sometime, and we're very confident that as a chamber of commerce, as a community, as public afett, &pthis innident or an incident like this will not repeat itself." no one has been arrested in connectionwith the shooting. but police aar now reviewing parking garage. convicted... killer... george huguely... is... appealing his conviction. conviction.his... lawers.... filed the appeel... this morning.../// hugeey... was convicted... in february secood degree . muuder.... and... grand larceny.../ in... connection... with theedeath... of... his... ex-girlfriend.../. u-v-a... lacrosse player... yeardley love.../. love... was found dead... in her apartment ... just weeks... priir to ggaduation... may 2010....//last... month,... to... 23- years... in - prison... for the criies. 55 cars broken nto...innonee where itthappened and what he 3 thieves gottaway with. with. shelley ordway: "i'm not really mad. i'm just more some people that they'd just come right up to peopll's houses ann theii driveways and steal tuff..sh
of regulations, many more could follow. business groups like chairman ber of commerce are try -- chamber of commerce are trying to warn voters about it, is it trtoo late, after this. americans are always ready to work hard for a better future. since ameriprise financial was founded back in 1894, they've been committed to putting clients first. helping generations through tough times. good times. never taking a bailout. there when you need them. helping millions of americans over the centuries. the strength of a global financial leader. the heart of a one-to-one relationship. together for your future. ♪ so let's talk about coverage. based on this chart, who would you choose ? wow. you guys take a minute. zon, hands down. i'm going to show you guys another chart. pretty obvious. i don't think color matters. pretty obvious. what'sretty obvious about it ? that verizon has the coverage. verin. verizon. we're going to go to another chart. it doesn't really matter how you present it. it doesn't matter how you present it. verizon. more 4g lte coverage than all other networks combined. >> he in
of the decisions of the hughes court -- whether congress has exceeded its power to regulate interstate commerce. so whether it could be regulations that went across state lines, very broad regulations. well, that will be one of the arguments in the health care bill that comes up for argument next month. the question is whether congress has exceeded his authority under the commerce clause. most of the cuts towards congress, that is, i think most of the president, certainly in the late 1930s, some of which chief justice hughes wrote, he gave congress more leeway to regulate interstate commerce. that became pretty much the modern commerce clause doctrine for the next six years. but we don't know about the score. this is a very polarized court and presidents goes the other way. also. this will be very interesting to see that. to see what happens. thank you very much. [applause] [applause] >> your government and mine and it can be what these governments wanted to be. sometimes we talk about the u.n. as though it is a distance by doing that, we get the governments involved that are actually responsible i
and republican george allen, hosted by the fairfax county chamber of commerce. i am a moderator of today's event. i want to cover the rules of today's event. it will last one hour and will begin with opening statements, and then the panelists and i will pose questions. those questions are determined by the panelists, by us. they have not been reviewed by the fairfax chamber. each candidate will have one minute, 30 seconds to respond, and there will be an additional one-minute rebuttal. i reserve the right to be able to follow up with some questions as i see fit as the moderator. we will end with a two-minute closing statement from each candidate. there is a clock in front of each candidate noting the time. we have the northern virginia no bureau chief -- the northern virginia wrote -- northern virginia bureau chief with us, and there is a man who joined "the washington post" after being with another organization. and a man that attended virginia commonwealth university is with us. let's begin by hearing the candidates and their opening statements. the order was determined by a coin toss earlier
works in real estate, chris who works in advertising and christian who works in e- commerce, following fashion is nothing new. >> i used to read g.q. growing up and that's something that i always wanted to aspire to. >> i follow lots of sites, lots of blogs. >> reporter: the internet has made men's fashion more accessible. fashables.com caters to men and women, it's a blog created by "normalish" people. >> what i try to do is highlight stuff for the average person. what are you going to wear to work. what are you actually going to wear on the weekend. >> reporter: so, where are "normalish" men shopping these days? >> i do like department stores. i like the different selection they have. i like to try new brands. i feel like i can discover new brands better than if i just go to select stores. >> for basic things, it's j.crew and brooks brothers. >> i think i go with mass market. h&m, uniqlo, zara. i'm a big fan of zara. >> reporter: across the board, the numbers show men are shopping. according to n.p.d. group's consumer tracking service, in 2011, sales of menswear climbed 4% to $55 bil
east, probably saved two million people from starvation, and was a very energetic secretary of commerce under harding and coolidge after this election. but in terms of personality, dower, pragmatic. you listen to -- one of the reasons why i think franklin roosevelt comes across like gangbusters, is impression with the fireside chats is the act he is following. after herbert hoover, anybody could have sounded good. >> host: moving on to be 1948. harry truman's improbable victory, published last year. you write: victory has a thousand fathers. defeat, in 1946, had one. harry truman. if he appeared ineffectual before election day that year he seemed outright repulsive after that. democrats faulted him and not the effect of 16 years of their rule for their debacle. they wanted him out and wanted him out now. >> guest: yes, they did. he was not -- we saw in this last presidential round of primaries, with the'mans, where everybody was saying i'm the next reagan, this guy -- no. there's not another reagan. and there wasn't another franklin roosevelt, and harry truman sure as hell to use his s
density and there's enough commerce, enough population, then in the early part of the 19th century they get going and they really take off in the 1830s. >> so that's when it's fair to say for the first time that journalism is a business? >> oh, yes. it's clear by then. >> now, as much as people make fun of us, so i have to ask -- >> more power to you. >> when did the notion of journalism as a professional come on the scene in? >> that is still contested terrain, in the since -- >> you and i both remember we're going into journalism, we are upset by college kids were going into journalism. >> yes, and you still here today once in a while, you know, if you find the right kind of a person, you can get a barroom stool argument going over the necessity of journalism instruction. in fact that apprentice model that you and i came across when we were starting out, has really been thrown overboard because no one, almost no one in the news business any longer can afford to have someone on the payroll just while the getting instructed and learning the ropes. so a lot of that training role of
an e-commerce giant but a lot of you are putting pressure on group on to perform better. >> you could find yeardley love out in the bark yard playing lacrosse. >> she was so good she got to play at virginia, but sadly that's where she died. you already know that part of the story. in tonight's story cheyrl conner tells us about how we will remember her life. >> and it now holds the big letters yeardley love field. you can't miss the name, the new turf and the passion of love's biggest fans. >> every walk on to the field will be a win. yeardley love's name is on new turf. it's a new dame for notre dame and her family. >> it's something positive to focus on and to work on. it really pulled us up and got us going and got us out every day. >> love played lacrosse and field hockey behind the building of note dam press before going where on to uva where she was killed by an ex- boyfriend. athletes playing on new turf competing on an equal field. >> many of us remember when the field was a barely regulation size strip of grass right over there surrounded completely by woods. no bathrooms, no
like chairman ber of commerce are try -- chamber o >> he indicated he wants to raise taxes could raising taxes on a small business, that will kill jobs, the president is pore owing borrowing a trillion dolls more we take every year, a pathway that looks more european than american, many are drawn to, i think they are wrong, they do not recognize it is not good for america at large, 100% of americans in my view will do much better if we live by a government established by founding fathers, one based upon freed am anfreedom and opportun. neil: charlie -- charlie gasparino on the phone with me, saying that is not just all obama all the time. charlie, explain that. why do you think that the supposition he lost half of the country is wrong. >> break down who is in that 47%, a lot of people to believe that big government is the way to go. maybe economically say subsift on welfare. but a lot of people in that 47% are people that want to preserve their paycheck that excuse mes from government pensions, cop, firemen, other retirees, they understand that the enormous growth of the welfare
to the u.s. hispanic chamber of commerce here in l.a. both the president and the romney campaign have plans to shift their focus to the economy this week. romney's planned speech the u.s. hispanic chamber of commerce will talk about balancing the budget by eliminating nonessential federal programs and to cut down on federal employment through consolidation. he's promising to fix the imgreat lakes -- the immigration system with an emphasis on border control. >> trade has to work for america. that means crack down on cheaters like china and open up new markets. next, we have to balance the budget. cut the deficit. got to stop spending more money than we take in. >> speaking of china, the white house is asking the world trade organization today to stop china from putting unfair taxes on u.s.-made vehicles and in a second separate request stop china from financially undermining u.s. auto part exports. today is the one-year anniversary of the occupy wall street movement. protestors have already started to gather in the
have the head of the chamber of commerce and special guests next. ashley: today's winners and losers. ashley: commodities beat equities, bonds and the u.s. dollar public its second consecutive month the longest streak in the year. will the trend continue into september. sandra smith joins us with today's trade. sandra: that is the big question. where's the money going to go the rest of the year? commodities last couple months, is the money going to go into the car for the last two month? >> we will see a rally in commodities especially greens. they have the seasonal cycle will back and traders think a lot of quantitative easing there is no audit on the fed or anything so people think there's money going into the market. sandra: weaker u.s. dollar and higher commodity prices. oil 115 by the end of the year and $9, are these practical forecasts in your opinion? >> on the grain side it is. the job is turning through that hitting an all-time low but as far as oil, 115 is aggressive and you won't see that number without quantitative easing 3. >> precious-metals are heating up. gold has be
for a drop in e-book prices harpercollins reaching day deal with amazon and other e-commerce companies that allows e-books to be sold at a discount after the government accused e-book publishers of price-fixing. don't count on job picture to get better before the end of the year, 72% companies plan to keep headcount the same. as for trading, lower close for stocks yesterday on concern about debt problems in greece. don't believe everything you hear about how to get rid of bedbugs or head lice, ftc says there is no evidence ingredients in best yet can deal with the problem. at the new york stock exchange, i'm jane king. >>> katie couric's new afternoon show kicked to have to an exciting start yesterday. today she will sit down with amy copeland the 24-year-old student who lost parts of her limbs to flesh-eating bacteria. then a spin with danica patrick all of that at 3 p.m. on abc7. general hospital airs at 1 p.m.. 2:00, who wants to be a millionaire, jeopardy 2:30. don't miss katie at 3:00, followed by abc7 news at 4:00. >>> if you watched the morning news yesterday we were talking abo
boy named justin. joel stone chamber of commerce posted this video as a warning of the danger of approaching animal in the park. never a good idea. >> up next. last game. >> it's not over until it's over. >> these boys of summer reach the autumn of their lives. plus 2 new chapter in the war on terrorism. al qaeda leader is killed. local man arrested in mexico. battle on the high sea. pirates and hired guns go at it. the investigation into this viral shoot out. 7 news [ female announcer ] they can be enlightening. hey, bro. or engaging. conversations help us learn and grow. at wells fargo, we believe you can never underestimate the power of a conversation. it's this exchange of ideas that helps you move ahead with confidence. so when the conversation turns to your financial goals... turn to us. if you need anything else, let me know. [ female announcer ] wells fargo. together we'll go far. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah, blah, blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playro
in california this morning. he is set to address national convention of u.s. hispanic chamber of commerce in los angeles. he will speak about sacrifices hispanics have made in helping build the nation and economy. he's expected to accuse the obama administration of squandering those sacrifices. hispanics are a key voting bloc in the election. >> president obama's attention will be on china today. set to announce new trade inment against beijing during a trip to ohio. white house targeting chinese automobile and auto part subsidies. people in ohio blame china for hurting the state's auto industry ohio is a battleground state. >>> governor brown says he's willing to live on the cheap if votes -- if voters turn down prop 30. he recently ate a two-day old tuna sandwich to prove his point. he told the paper he's not replacing things in his office. prop 30 will temporarily raise state sales tax and increase income tax on the wealthy. >>> strong typhoon has left tens of thousands of homes in southwestern japan without power and now it is moving to korea. winds of 96 miles per hour. the storm crossed ov
today before the latino audience the hispanic's chamber of commerce 33rd convention he said those are promises barack obama didn't even keep. watch. >> the president never even offered up a bill. like some issues confronting our nation, when it comes to immigration, politics have been put ahead of people for far too long. >> obama campaign responded saying president obama for the last three 1/2 years fought to get the dream act passed and republic opposition made it impossible, in their view, shep? >> shepard: 50 days to go now carl until the election. carl he says he plans on giving us more detail in his speeches, right? >> it's tacit admission that the he didn't get much of a bounce and the president did get one. they need to restore momentum. what the romney campaign is saying the poll suggests that romney has a plan to right the economy but they haven't heard a lot about it. they would like to hear more. campaign aides held a conference what they will hear from romney in the weeks ahead is the emphasis of the very nature of 5-point plan. he would block grant medicaid back to t
rockefeller, chairman of the senate commerce committee reyield he has written letter to every fortune 500 committee asking each to describe how it handles security online. with us is cyber crime and technology analyst, morgan wright. what they did was a denial of service attack on back -- bank of america so people cannot get in and out but nothing compromised with money or accounts. >>guest: what they did, they attacked the domain name. if you tried to leg in using "bank of america," you would not get a response but you could type in the i.p. address and a couple of other ways but they elected to go after the most way, through the domain name prevented people from going online banking. >>shepard: if you went through an app on the ipad or droid you could get in. what is this connection? why is there a fault that a terrorist organization would block one domain name? >>guest: well, you were talking about this group which and an armed group, part of hamas. they won the first rule of marketing, generating awareness. whether it is related to that or iran flexing their muscles, we do not know. b
are late commerce to the real obama that we can't afford this in the future. and this, i think, is what the romney campaign really needs to stitch together, that it's his radical past, plus his disastrous present, that is going to usher in, if the people make the wrong decision, a more pair list, bankrupt and unsafe future. >> but look at the last two weeks how things have gone down. you have everything that happened benghazi, and finally now they admit it was a terrorist attack. before they would tell you anything but, just like fort hood was an employment situation. and 15 million more on food stamps, 49 million total. you say he's the food stamp president and you are called a racist. how do you deal with the media, and then they focus on the romney tape, which we now find out has missing minutes. how does he, romney, overcome what is an obvious media bias? >> well, i'll tell you how you don't deal with it. you don't listen to these beltway and manhattan chin pullers, these republican strategists who we should remind people of four years ago were all on the obama bandwagon and now pre
or a store or some sort of commerce. >> they talk about first strike advantage. we were discussing online today google trucks who go through the streets and take pictures of street views. there was one in our neighborhood the other day. google has had a lot of time to not only refine their images, but their algorithms, right? so you can put in -- snet of for monte brothers, you put in bros and it's going to find it for you, jim. >> i love the way my house in summit looks on google. >> is it bigger? >> truly, you might say it's bigger. remember that? >> yes. how can i forget? >> the place i have in mexico, it has three angles, i found in my irish public book they directed me to some of the best publics and i was never lost once. that's my kind of device. >> it is. now you're going to get to the eiffel tower. >> in ireland. >> it's going work out well for you. >> it's a lingering question, though. there's no question that the demand for the iphone 5 is strong. there's a question about whether people will be satisfied because of the lcd sources, sharp was one of the three suppliers of the lc
out economy and our commerce our military might and our democracy and took the lives of citizens from more than 90 countries. it was the worst terrorist attack on america in our history. today, people gather across the united states, around the world to remember the tragic events of 9/11. some take part in ceremonies like this. others spend time in quiet reflection and prayer. and all of us take a moment to remember again where we were at that fateful moment. here together as one family, we pause to honor and to pray and to remember 184 lives lost at the pentagon more than 2,700 killed in lower plant, and the 40 who perished in that field in pennsylvania on flight 93. these victims, families, remember those who were lost as mothers and fathers, brothers and sisters, sons and daughters. the family members here today know that the entire nation -- the entire nation joins us in mourning the loss of your loved ones. we are honored by your presence and just as your loved ones are heroes forever, so are all of you. today, we also recognize and remember other heroes, those first responders w
park. you have fuzzy naval fountains and you have puke gutters and sex caves. is it commerce or chaos? and it goes back to the producers. they are put in a place where people don't like them. there should be some rules you can take out your various anger on them. if you are in a jersey city and at a restaurant, how would you feel if some orange alien walked in and demanded you move a shoot because they are shooting? it should be the reverse. if you see these people in a restaurant you should be able to kick them out because that's where you will live. >> i say i am against government regulation, but let the locality make their own laws. >>> next topic, the college board announced s.a.t. reading scores are the lowest they have been in years. the average score for this year's seniors was 496, down 30 points from 1972. the year, not the score. some tribute to a record number of kids taking the test including 25% from low income families. greg, what do you think? >> i think -- -- >> i want to give uh theory. i think in 40 years none of our kids or our kids' kids will be able to read. we w
allen, are expected to focus on the economy. it's co-hosted by the fairfax county chamber of commerce. >>> still ahead, a sensational murder case from the 1970s is headed back to court. >>> a sign of the improving economy that travelers are not too happy about. >>> today marks the 225th anniversary of the u.s. constitution. and now you can get a chance to see a copy of it. george washington's perm copy of the constitution is on display out at mount vernon. hand-written notes and brackets made by washington can be seen around the key passages outlining the president's responsibilities. the constitution was adopted on september 17th, 1787 by the constitutional convention in philadelphia. >>> it is just september, but experts are saying now is the time to book your holiday travel. and you can avoid a case of sticker shock. for the first time in five years hotel room rates are up across the board. in north america, they're up 5% this year. overall, travel is also up. new york city had a record 50 million visitors last year and it suggests the economy is improving. they suggest booking at
of fame? >> nope. >> kim karsashian thinks so. a representative for the chamber of commerce says a star has to have an acting career for five years or more. and that they look for those who have won multiple awards. as for kim and other reality stars, the rep says they are not on our radar right now. >> thank goodness. >> only because --. >> she's pretty >> reality tv has taken over now. >> a special place like some back alley remote place. >> maybe in the reality tv walk of fame. >> in a back alley. where they put the trash cans. >> she is an everyday name. >> she's an everyday name. >> that doesn't mean she's an actress. >> she is relevant in hollywood. >> she's very successful. >> what is that that she does? >> reality tv. >> she knows how to brand herself >> don't you have to purchase a star anyway? >> i don't know. >> i think so. >> hang in there. >> if she can get one, i can get one too. >> you have more talent. >> all right. let's get to your weather forecast. in for another warm and humid day. it's not feeling great out there at the moment. 79 right now in town. overnight lows f
for the transportation, commerce, they recognize there's a fundamental part what it is to live in america in the 21st century. they wanted to goat bottom of it. many of the aerospace companies, they not only make the airplanes, they make the spaceships. and so we had air row people on the commission and space people on the commission. i was counted as one of the space people. one of the trips we took was around the world. this is late 2002. around the world to key places that have aerospace industries to find out is there some competition that we're not living up to? what are they doing we're not? we visited china. i went to bay shinning in 2002, my first time there, i went there with a complete portfolio of stereo types about what i would expect. boulevards of bicycles. this is what i expected. that's what was on the film loops that i saw growing up. arrive in beijing, there are bicycles, that's not filling the boulevard. there's her say mercedes and bmw. it's not like any picture i have seen. we meet with head captain of industry. heads of agencies there. i look carefully and see on the hand colleg
's 20 years ago. 20 years ago. last year, just last year the u.s. chamber of commerce, 20 years later, came out with another study. this is the u.s. chamber of commerce. this is not the social scientists. these are hardheaded business people. what did they say in the u.s. chamber of commerce report? we've got to put more money spew preschoo -- moremoney into pres. well, we at the federal level have been doing that through a program called head start, and we've had head start, i think if i'm not mistaken, since about 1968. high-quality early childhood education has been proven to save taxpayer dollars in the long run by reducing the costs for welfare, special education, and, might i add, criminal justice. read that -- jail time. one of the highest correlative -- in fact, if i'm not mistaken, the highest correlative factor for people who are incarcerated in our prisons is the lack of a high school education. urn the romney-ryan budget, up to 200,000 low-income children and their families could lose access to head start, again, in fiscal year 2014. i'm not talking about over the next ten
for the convention. then the chamber of commerce of charlotte and the involvement of local business owners in the dnc. ♪ host: well, the democratic national convention kicks off today at 5:00 p.m. eastern time. first lady, michelle obama, and the mayor of san antonio are two of the featured speakers at the time warner cable a real not in an uptown charlotte. 400 alternates and 5900 delegates will be at the convention. 50% of the democratic delegates are women. here is the front page of "of the charlotte observer" this morning. -- first page -- front page of "the charlotte observer" this morning. the convention kicks off in at 5:00 p.m. we will go over the schedule in just a few minutes. "voters in the second term undeserved, country is worse off." a belief that president obama does not deserve election according to a new poll. voters say that the nation is in worse condition now than it was in 2008. they say that obama does not deserve reelection. that is the top line of this poll. that seems to be a constant theme in this morning's papers. are you better off? that is the question this morning for
to the commerce clause, the individual mandate and began litigation and filed from the government. and to the supreme court, after the decision in june this year i filed a motion to lift the stage to the eastern district of federal courts asking judge white to consider an amendment to the complaint and the original challenge about constitutionality of the law this is about implementation of the law. this addresses the concerns about the irs will adopt on the eighteenth specifically and the affordable care act's implementation since the employer mandate accessibility penalty under the law and our lawsuit is about that rule and the inconsistency with the statute and seeking to hold the federal government accountable since it relates to implementing that portion of the law. >> what about that part of the law? is it unconstitutional or illegal? what are you arguing? >> specifics include under the aca if a state does not adopt the health care exchange then the tax credits issued to the state consequently the employer mandate penalty does not accrue either. the irs on may 18th this year
and the internet became a platform for e commerce and services and 1985. after that we had a lot easier search for a permission and enabling more and more information communication technology innovation. in the coming years our governments embraced that i see tea dividend for the hope of the economic growth and productivity that it enabled and for the innovation agenda that it enabled. and we started to put more and more of our business services on to the backbone of the internet. today we have e-banking and e-commerce already in the internet. we are moving toward a future of having our energy distribution of a smart protected to the internet. we are moving to a generation of next generation aviation and air traffic control that is controlled by the internet and over the internet. and so we have moved so much of our essential services on to the internet than one has to ask, is that what it was designed for? is it's a cure for what we need a fork in the future? this brings about three tensions. i am going to try to stick to three. three tensions that we are seeing in the policy world and then t
chamber of commerce in los angeles. tomorrow he is in new york city. wednesday he travels to florida. you can follow the road to the white house on the c-span networks. this group is organized by the hart research associates. responding to what the undecided have to say. that is at 8:30 eastern, here on c-span. again, mitt romney speaking live to supporters in los angeles. that starts at 3:15 eastern. we will have it for you here on c-span. until then, a look at school nutrition programs in u.s.. host: every monday on "washington journal," we take a look at your money. taxpayer dollars and what programs they're going towards. today, looking at the federal school lunch program. our guest is jessica donze black, the kid's safe and healthy food director project for pew health and group. the national school lunch program in 2011 cost $11 billion. at lunch is served, 32 million per day. what is the school lunch program? guest: it is a federally funded program that makes lunches available to students all of the country on a daily basis. and actually started in the 1940's so it's been around a v
. and on the big issue, the commerce clause, he kept it as narrow as he could under the circumstances. >> right. most of us and certainly the argument going into the case was all about whether the commerce clause of article one gave congress the right to pass this. >> can you compel people to engage in commerce? >> correct. and roberts said no. which was a tremendous conservative victory. but then he turned the corner and he said, well, congress also has the power to tax and this was a legitimate tax under that part of the power. >> this move obviously a brilliant political move on the court. is roberts as good as anybody you've seen over the past let's say quarter century, 30, 40 years politically in working of the court? >> better. >> better than anybody. >> he's brilliant. >> and a better writer. you know, i think the best writer in the history of the supreme court was robert jackson, who served in the '40s and '50s, fascinating, brilliant guy. john roberts is an elegant, beautiful stylist, which is the exception rather than the trial supreme court. he's remarkable man. >> so john roberts pr
. even the transports are trading up on hope, hope that the worldwide commerce will pick up. that's how federal express can levitate to where it was. even though the freight index seems to go down by the day. taken en masse, and those are en masse hope stocks, these groups are but a small percentage of the entire u.s. stock market that's rally. that's what matters to me. this is what brings me to the real takeaway. i think this rally is not about hope. i think it's about cold, hard facts and believe it or not the facts for many sectors are really pretty darn good. so let's get to those. first, this is a rally about cds, certificates of deposit. the returns you're getting on these are reminiscent of what a checking account used to offer you versus a savings account in the old days. the disparity was so great that you would do anything to keep money out of your checking account. now many people are willing to accept these ridiculous rates for their savings accounts. plus people own bond funds that could get hammered if rates eventually go up. how can they do this in good conscience? but s
commons to keep them safe for the trade and commerce vital to lifting people from poverty. while the war is iraq is over, nearly 70,000 american troops will still remain in afghanistan at the end of the month. our goal should be to complete a successful transition to afghan security forces by the end of 2014. we should evaluate conditions on the solicit the best advice of our commanders. we can agree that they deserve a clear mission and resolute resources they need to complete that mission and they deserve a country that will provide for their needs when they come home. [ applause ] of course, the return of our troops cannot and must not be used as an excuse to hollow out our military through devastating defense budget cuts. it is true that our armed forces have been stretched to the brink, and that's all the more reason to repair and rebuild. we can always find places to end waste, but we can't cancel program after program. we cannot jeopardize critical missions and cut corners in the quality of the equipment and training we provide to our men and women in uniform. >> this is a speech
taxes. paul ryan, mitt romney's running mate in 2010 at the chamber of commerce said this about the cayman islands. let's hear it. >> we don't want to have a situation where we're penalizing businesses for keeping their money, their capital and headquarters and manufacturing facilities in america. so then rather than having ireland and the kay maine islands be the place you hide your money, why don't we make it america? >> ryan is making part of a larger argument bringing money back to the u.s., but the place you hide your money, the cayman islands, the place mitt romney hides his money, setting aside the tax rate question, the loaded words, swiss bank accounts, cayman islands, and mitt romney all in one sentence together. >> it's hard to know where to start here. we actually know a lot about romney's money and where he puts it for tax purposes. and what we know about that is he puts it in places where people go to cheat. where they go to hide their money for tax purposes, swiss bank accounts, cayman islands, luxembourg one of the most notorious tax avens. we know why he's not r
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